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BOOK: Professional Visual Studio 2010
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Default Page 12, "Double-click the Properties node in Solution Explorer"

I just started reading the book and I'm on page 12 where it says to, "Double-click the Properties node in Solution Explorer" but I see no Properties node in Solution Explorer. I can get to where I need to be by right clicking the application and clicking on Properties but I curious as to where the "Properties node" is. Does anyone know?
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Never mind, the Properties node shows up for C# WPF applications but not for VB WPF applications.
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